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From the NHCC
Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has announced her intent to appoint a racial justice czar within her office and an advisory Council for Racial Justice to monitor state institutions and hold them accountable for ending systemic racism, assuring that all persons receive fair and equal treatment and opportunities. As a division of the state, we will diligently engage in the work of the Council and continue living the mission of the National Hispanic Cultural Center which is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and advancement of Hispanic culture, arts, and humanities. The work the NHCC has presented throughout its twenty year history illustrates the Center’s commitment to its foundational mission and to making a cultural home for the diverse identities that shape the community. The complexity of identity and its inherent social effects is explored through conversations, lectures, exhibitions, book presentations, and educational programming allowing the NHCC to serve as an avenue for change, inclusion, and justice.
We are listening and learning, with work ahead of us.